Also commonly known by its Cantonese name lap cheong (or lap chong).
How to Cook Chinese Sausage?
Just like the sausages in other countries, Chinese sausage is high in sodium, but also much sweeter. So when you pan fry the sliced sausage, make sure to keep stirring over high heat so it doesn’t scorch.
It is often used as a flavour component, and not eaten alone. Due to its sweet and intense savoury flavor, the Chinese often eat chinese sausage with steamed rice, stir-fried rice, or vegetables for extra aroma and fragrance. It is also one of the most common ingredients in Chinese rice dumplings, such as zong zi (粽子), lo mai gai (糯米鸡), or turnip cake (萝卜糕).